August 2023

We developed an on-chip carrier-envelope phase detector. For more details, check the paper in Nature Communications. Our simple chip enables 3D phase scanning AND sculpting without a vacuum chamber, with …

December 2022

For some hot results on hot electron probing with optical tools, see our paper in Nature Communications.

March 2022

We published new insight into the famous tunneling process of electrons through potential barriers. Our results on nonadiabatic tunneling are already out in Nano Lett.

December 2021

Benedek Nagy, a former PhD student of our group defended his thesis on ultrafast damage research on femtosecond mirrors and plasmonic nanostructures. Once again, summa cum laude. Congratulations on this …

April 2021

We achieved the control of optically induced currents in dielectric media with a record breaking repetition rate (80 MHz) and

January 2021

Beatrix Fehér and Ádám Rieder joined the group for their PhD. We also have 2 Wigner internship students, Szilárd Takács and Csaba Németh. Welcome all!

June 2020

Our review paper “Strong-field nanooptics” is published at Rev. Mod. Phys If you need a copy, just let us know.

May 2020

Balázs Bódi defended his PhD thesis on high harmonic generation experiments and simulations, summa cum laude. Congratulations Dr. Bódi!

February 2020

Our lab was highlighted on the TV show “Novum”. Watch the video in Hungarian.